Students urge lawmakers to support financial aid

Twelve undergraduate students, representing six states, took to Capitol Hill last week for Student Aid Advocacy Day, speaking with members of Congress and their aides about the critical importance of federal financial aid.

Cornell Policy Review student-authors take on Ukraine culture, cybersecurity and more

The Cornell Policy Review is an independent publication, produced by students in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy. Editor-in-Chief Julia Selby MPA '23 says the publication "offers students, faculty, alumni, and community members the opportunity to publish phenomenal work in a respected, student-run journal."

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Lund Debate to bring democracy experts into conversation

Expert panelists Thomas Garrett and Damon Wilson will examine the threats democracies around the world are confronting, and what governments and citizens can do to fight back, on April 24.

Cornell leaders advocate for more ag research, extension in farm bill

Cornell AgriTech and extension representatives made suggestions regarding the next federal farm bill to congressional leaders at a two-hour listening session at the Broome County office of Cornell Cooperative Extension.

Unfair labor practices delay first union contracts

Employer actions after workers unionize can often impede the first collective bargaining agreement, according to ILR School researchers.

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Maureen Waller will study driver’s license suspensions as an Access to Justice Scholar

Maureen Waller, a professor in the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy and the Department of Sociology, will study racial and economic disparities in driver’s license suspensions through her selection as Access to Justice Scholar. Waller will examine people’s lived experiences with having a suspended license as well as recent and potential reforms in New York to end “debt-based” suspensions.  

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National leaders headline Union Days at the ILR School

The public is invited to “Talkin’ Union” events featuring speakers whose experiences reflect contemporary labor movement struggles and successes.

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Cornell program tackles Ukraine infrastructure needs

Former U.S. Senator Rob Portman will be one of the panelists at an event on Ukraine infrastructure reconstruction, held at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington, D.C. and sponsored by the Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy at the Cornell Jeb E. Brooks School of Public Policy.

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Workshops to address legal challenges in higher ed

Cornell’s Office of General Counsel, to engage proactively with groups across campuses, is planning a series of four workshops designed to educate Cornell community members on common legal challenges in higher education.